As it draws closer to the release date of the much anticipated Apple Wearable devices, we have some details on how much you should expect to pay for the Apple Watch, that’s if you decide to buy one. As we all expected, the larger version of the Watch will definitely cost more than the smaller version.
Apple has announced that the pricing for the Watch will start at around $349, but for the larger version, BGR reported that there will be two variants, the 38mm and 42mm, will come with differing pricing.
According to BGR, they think that the Apple Watch Sport 38mm 8GB with one fluoroelastomer band should cost about $349, the Apple Watch Sport 42mm 8GB with one fluoroelastomer band should cost $449, the stainless 38mm 16GB with no band about $549, the stainless 42mm 16GB with no band for $649, the gold edition 38mm 32GB with no band at $2299 and the gold edition 42mm 32GB with no band for about $2499.
Many customers might go for the 42mm 8GB version for $449, but if the prices does fall in that same category we would assume that only someone with money to blew would opt for either of the gold versions of the Apple Watches.